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WhateverItTakes

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mild PIED - jerk off or not?
« on: April 21, 2019, 09:40:38 AM »
Iam 29 years old and iam quite sure i have a mild PIED. I've been jerking off to porn since 15 years on a daily. Sometimes i spent 6 hours opening porn tabs, and the porn iam watching has gotten quite extreme. I recently broke up with my girlfriend and have had some dates where i just could not get hard. Now i have an affair but i realise that iam never "rock hard". I have withdrawn from fapping for a good 2 weeks now, although i could not withdraw from porn completely. Somehow i caught myself watching porn out of a habbit for one or two hours every other day. I just realised though i could jerk off just thinking about my new girl. This would help me withdrawing from all the porn shit i guess.
Can i do that in the process of rebooting or should i withdraw completely from any self induced sexual intercourse?

Also another thing that came to my mind. Iam actually able to have sex and stuff i just dont enjoy it that much because iam not that hard.
I thought about getting some viagra or cyalis to have sex with a rock hard dick. The thoughts of that might arouse me the next time without it and i get out of the mind spiral, what do you guys say?

Thanks in advance
« Last Edit: April 21, 2019, 09:47:24 AM by WhateverItTakes »

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Re: mild PIED - jerk off or not?
« Reply #1 on: April 21, 2019, 03:56:35 PM »
if you want to keep having PIED then jerk off all you want. If you want to get rid of PIED, abstain from everything including sex.

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Re: mild PIED - jerk off or not?
« Reply #2 on: April 28, 2019, 11:03:13 PM »
After completely withdrawing from porn and other sexual screen images, I have been able to get aroused and masturbate just by thinking/looking at a real girl, which I wasn't able to do during my addiction days. This is a first step of some form of recovery and it's a testing method, however you should not be doing this at all during or after the recovery because again 'masturbation' is another form of artificial stimulus for the body.

I would suggest that you lay off sex, masturbation and most importantly any form of sexual thoughts for at least several months before you try to have sex. I have been able to lay of sexual images but not sexual thoughts which hampers my natural sexual response.